Paula's Blog - First Time Roofer and Physio Visit

Paula's Blog - First Time Roofer and Physio Visit

15/07/2020

The weathers been a bit on the confusing side recently, but I have to say I was relieved with the rain as it kept the flies at bay and gave Bob some relief. He is still getting plagued yet the mares don’t seem as bad? Very odd, unless it’s just he has a weaker resilience to them (he is a big wimp after all).

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Christie's Blog - Chalk and Cheese

Christie's Blog - Chalk and Cheese

24/06/2020

Ben is still settling in really well, and now with some restrictions lifted I have lots of plans to get him out hacking. I am really hoping these hacks will steer his brain completely away from racing, which is deeply engrained and I often forget until I take up too much rein contact.

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How to catch a horse in a field

How to catch a horse in a field

23/06/2020

Have you recently given a horse a new home? If so, one of the first things you’ll find out about your new animal is whether they are hard or easy to catch. Suffice to say, being able to catch your horse in a stable, field or other space is a huge part of ownership.

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Do you have to microchip a horse?

Do you have to microchip a horse?

23/06/2020

Tragically, each year many horse owners simply dump their animals and leave them to fend for themselves. When horses are old, sick or dying, unscrupulous owners opt to leave them somewhere rather than face vet bills and other associated costs. To stop this practice, the government has introduced a new law requiring all horses to have microchips from October 2020.

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